GAPS Stories Compiled by Dr Natasha Campbell-McBride

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GAPS Stories Compiled by Dr Natasha Campbell McBride Author of Gut and Psychology syndrome

THIS BOOK IS IN STOCK AND AVAILABLE HERE IN BRISBANE AUSTRALIA.

GAPS Stands for Gut and Psychology Syndrome and Gut and Physiology Syndrome. Dr Natasha created this term in 2004 to describe the plethora of health problems which stem from an unhealthy gut.

Since developing the GAPS Nutritional Protocol Dr Natasha has received many letters from people all over the world.  These letters were written by real people, who have overcome their real health problems.  Every one of these people feels that they have learned very valuable lessons on their healing journey: lessons which they are keen to pass to others, who may be struggling through the same difficulties.  Please, use these stories as case studies, to study how to progress through your personal healing journey and how to deal with potential problems along the way.

There is nothing more valuable than real life experience!  When you have lived through something, fought the battle and won, you know what is true and what is false, what works and what doesn't.  You possess the truth, you have lived it and you have earned it the hard way!

Many of these stories are humbling: the kinds of horrific problems that people have had to deal with are hard to imagine for the majority of us.  Yet, these wonderful people tell their stories with such humour and such grace!

Dr Natasha expresses her gratitude

"I would like to thank every one of these people for sharing their personal stories with the world!  This is an act of selfless benevolence, born out of the desire to help others, without asking for anything in return.  Thank you!

Dr Natasha Campbell-McBride  Author of Gut and Psychology Syndrome